Στις Tuesday 22 July 2008 14:27:28 ο/η Manolis Kiagias έγραψε: > Achilleas Mantzios wrote: > >> > >>> While experimenting, i noticed the 1st and 3rd temperatures from mbmon to > >>> be updated in a fashion that seems > >>> natural. > >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]% mbmon > >>> Temp.= 41.0, 201.0, 42.0; Rot.= 3443, 0, 0 > >>> Vcore = 1.50, 1.81; Volt. = 3.30, 5.08, 11.43, -11.74, -1.69 > >>> > >>> > >> What chipset is the mobo based on? mbmon runs fine on my 865G and a 3Ghz > >> P4 CPU. You are probably correct, the middle temp may represent a sensor > >> that is not recognized, but the other readings seem normal. > >> > >> > > > > i'll let you know next time i open the case. Is there any reading from > > dmesg or sysctl that can reveal > > that info? > > > > > > Sure. There are various places to get this info. Sometimes the BIOS > startup messages contain a hint on the chipset (like 865, 915 and so on). > My dmesg also shows: > > agp0: <Intel 82865 host to AGP bridge> on hostb0 > > And you can also use pciconf -v -l > > hdr=0x00 > vendor = 'Intel Corporation' > device = '82865G/PE/P, 82848P DRAM Controller / Host-Hub Interface' > class = bridge > subclass = HOST-PCI > > Considering that you are running an older P4, probably socket 478, > chances are you are using an 845 or 848 or 865 chipset. >
Then by all evidence, % dmesg | grep -i agp agp0: <SiS 651 host to AGP bridge> on hostb0 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:0:0:0: class=0x060000 card=0x1801147b chip=0x06511039 rev=0x02 hdr=0x00 vendor = 'Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS)' device = 'SiS651 Host-to-PCI Bridge' class = bridge subclass = HOST-PCI it must be the SiS 651 chipset http://www.sis.com/products/sis651.htm -- Achilleas Mantzios _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"